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For $1.5 million, U.S. intelligence official Rick Ames and his wife Rosario allegedly sold Moscow a precious trove of American secrets. U.S. officials fear that during a nine-year period that ended with his arrest last week, he may have tipped off Moscow to virtually every CIA intelligence operation against the former Soviets, raising questions about America's security apparatus in the post-cold war era.
The CIA: Even before the Ames case broke, the agency was remaking itself
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